All Stories

  1. An Indological transcription of Middle Chinese
  2. Accusative alignment in the Old Tibetan switch reference system
  3. Two notes on Proto-Ersuic
  4. Introduction to BCL Forum
  5. Optimisation of the Largest Annotated Tibetan Corpus Combining Rule-based, Memory-based, and Deep-learning Methods
  6. Using Chinese Character Formation Graphs to Test Proposals in Chinese Historical Phonology
  7. The prefix g- and -o- ablaut in Tibetan present verb stems
  8. Egophoricity
  9. Word families, allofams, and the comparative method
  10. The differing status of reconstruction in Trans-Himalayan and Indo-European
  11. The Derivation of the Tibetan Present Prefix g- from ḥ-
  12. Refutation of Song' 2014 'stop coda problem' in Old Chinese
  13. The Evidence for Chinese *-r (古漢語 *-r 尾音的證據)
  14. 早期漢語言文學研究中的漢字釋讀方法新探
  15. Tibetan √lan ‘reply’
  16. Cognates of Old Chinese *-n, *-r, and *-j 
in Tibetan and Burmese
  17. Grammatically Conditioned Sound Change
  18. Sino-Tibetan
  19. Trans-Himalayan Linguistics
  20. A Note on Voicing Alternation In The Tibetan Verbal System
  21. Old Chinese *sm- and the Old Tibetan Word for ‘Fire’
  22. Medieval Tibeto-Burman Languages IV
  23. Evolution of the Burmese Vowel System
  24. “Mirativity” does not exist: ḥdug in “Lhasa” Tibetan and other suspects
  25. The Six Vowel Hypothesis of Old Chinese in Comparative Context
  26. Introduction
  27. Preliminary material
  28. Tibetan Palatalization and the gy versus g.y Distinction
  29. An Inventory of Tibetan Sound Laws
  30. An overview of Old Tibetan synchronic phonology
  31. Modern Tibetan Literature and Social Change (review)
  32. Introduction